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A German Fairy Tale Takes A Savage Turn In ‘Snowflake’

    Artsploitation has announced the release of Adolfo Kolmerer‘s award-winning film Snowflake flowing its festival tour where it won Best Film and Best Director. In the film, while hunting down the murderer of their families in an anarchic near-future Berlin, two outlaws find themselves trapped in the wicked fairy tale of a mysterious screenplay […]

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A Man Finds Himself Trapped With 24 Hours To Live In The Kidnap Thriller ‘Cargo’

      Anthony Peterson has 24 hours of air. A cell phone. And no way out. In the tradition of Saw and Buried, Cargo is set to arrive this week on home entertainment and follows a man who wakes to find he is trapped inside a cargo container with only a cell phone and is given 24 hours by […]

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IFC Midnight To ‘Pledge’ A Twisted Frat This January

  This January, IFC Midnight’s frat house flick Pledge is ready to put you through hell week. The award-winning thriller, from director Daniel Robbins, is fresh off its festival tour and ready shock viewers. Pledge follows three nerdy college freshmen, Ethan, David, and Justin, are having a tough time adjusting to college life. Rejected and ridiculed by just about every fraternity on […]

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‘Child’s Play’ Remake Gets A New Poster And Release Date

While Child’s Play franchise creator Don Mancini and Universal are hard at work on their new franchise series, Orion and MGM have teamed up for the Child’s Play remake whose release date has just been announced. With Polaroid director Lars Klevberg in the director’s chair, Chucky will make his return to theaters next June. But that’s […]

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Vincent Price Is Back In New Movie ‘Scooby-Doo And The Curse Of The 13th Ghost’

Back in 1985, ABC aired 13 episodes of “The 13 Ghosts of Scooby-Doo“, featuring the voice of horror icon Vincent Price as the character Vincent Van Ghoul. Next year, the story will continue in the form of a direct sequel whose brand new trailer arrived today via Collider.   After the Mystery Inc. gang goofed up a […]

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“Everything Is A Lie” In The New Trailer For ‘Captive State’ Starring John Goodman And Vera Farmiga

John Goodman and Vera Farmiga star in Rupert Wyatt’s sci-fi/horror flick Captive State, set in Chicago a decade after and extratesterrial force has taken over. Wyatt (Rise of the Planet of the Apes) both directed and co-wrote the screenplay along with Erica Beeney.  Ashton Sanders (Moonlight) and Jonathan Majors also star. David Crockett and Wyatt produced with Jeff Skoll and Jonathan […]

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Blu-ray Review: The Unnamable (1988)

In the 18th century, ol’ Joshua Winthrop is having some troubles with his teenage daughter Alyda…who just so happens to be a blood crazed demonic monster afraid of thunder and lightning. (Fuckin’ kids, amirite?) Anyway, she performs the murder biz on the geezer. Flash forward to the eerie eighties and our boy Randolph Carter (Mark […]

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Unseen George A. Romero Film May Finally Be Released

Back in 1973, George A. Romero made a film for TV, but it never aired and has gone nearly unseen. Titled The Amusement Park, the film made news on Twitter this weekend when best-selling author Daniel Kraus (The Shape of Water, The Living Dead) announced he was watching the “virtually unseen” Romero movie. During the thread, Kraus called the film […]

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Brian Cox Joins Horror ‘Separation’ Along With Others

The next film for director William Brent Bell, the filmmaker behind The Boy and The Devil Inside, is titled Separation and has just added several to its cast. Deadline is reporting that Brian Cox, Mamie Gummer, Madeline Brewer, and Violet McGraw join previously announced actor Rupert Friend. Nick Amadeus and Joshua Braun penned the script […]

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